This psychological spread shows a person about their own mind. It is meant to provide clarity so you have a better picture of what you want out of life. Cards #3 and #4 show similar ideas, the difference being that #3 is more about fun things, and #4 is more about ambitions and what you want to achieve.
| Where You Are In Life
King of Wands
| Your Primary Thoughts
Knight of Pentacles
| What You Desire
| Your Goals
| Your Future Deeds
9 of Swords
The nature to which this card is attributed is dark, ardent, lithe, animated, impassioned, noble. The King uplifts a flowering wand, and wears what is called a cap of maintenance beneath his crown. He bears the symbol of the lion, which is emblazoned on the back of his throne.
Dark man, friendly, countryman, generally married, honest and conscientious. The card always signifies honesty, and may mean news concerning an unexpected heritage to fall in before very long.
He rides a slow but steady horse, which is just like him. He holds the pentacle, but does not look therein.
Utility, service, interest, responsibility, rectitude, authority, obligation, accountability, work, trust.
A stately figure drives a chariot pulled by a black and a white Sphinx. The canopy of his chariot is the night sky, emblazoned with stars.
Riot, quarrel, dispute, litigation, defeat, presumption, vengeance, trouble, a bad trip, problems multiplied.
A robed figure performs the act of ceremonial magic in order to direct his will to perform his desires.
Skill, subtlety, clandestine, self-confidence, willpower, determination, action, initiative, talent, ability.
One seated on her couch in lamentation, with the swords over her. She is as one who knows no sorrow which is like unto hers. It is a card of utter desolation.
Imprisonment, suspicion, doubt, reasonable fear, shame, bad vibes, negativity, evil thoughts, despair.